Wednesday, May 8, 2013


                  (Registered Under The Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Act,27 of 1975)

                                                 AN APPEAL 

Dear Patrons

Assalamu Alaikum warahmathullahi wa barakathuhu

We the office bearers (The District Collector being its President) of Vellore District Muslim Women  Aid Society are in the role of noble cause in campaigning fund raising drive from philanthropist of your calibre.

As we all aware that Tamil Nadu Government under its
Minorities Welfare Scheme has been funding matching grants in the ratio of 1:2 bases, which was earlier 1:1.

 To simplify the fact, if all philanthropists from Muslim Women Aid Society contribute Rs.Ten Lakhs, the Government of Tamil Nadu sanctions Rs.Twenty Lakhs as matching grant per district per year. This is an opportunity that the augmented funds, a sum of Rs.Thirty lakhs could be well utilised for the community development.

This scheme is for total of 32 districts of Tamil Nadu, but the successful story is very bleak in almost majority of districts, except four districts which are in full compliment, rest of the districts are either defunct or in oblivious in awareness.

Vellore District although has many distinct features in history education and industry, it is far behind not fully involved to utilise the funds in full compliment.

Now the re-aligned office bearers are, keen and profound to be as live wire to implement the structure and pattern in the Vellore District.

Most important factor is you are driving force and energizers behind us, and Insha Allah Vellore District will be the lead master, as in all the factors, and also in the task of helping the
deserving Muslim women in need.


“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime”

To eliminate school drop outs, paying fees for the deserving.
To curb drop outs from college level.
To help stand in their own legs by various beneficial schemes.

Setting up tailoring training centres in Vellore, Ambur and Vaniyambadi,and training the aspirants for six months, with a monthly basic stipend.

After the successful training they will either have a placement in any of the nearest shoe factories will be provided in collaboration of shoe factories or tanneries. Or if the trainee has infrastructure, a sewing machine will be presented freely with a training certificate for an independent enterprise. This will apply for embroidering, dress making, Burqua tailoring etc.

Disabled and destitute:

Disabled and destitute women will be given monthly pension. Cost of Medical facilities for senior women and children will be taken care.

Scholarships to women students who have opted job oriented courses will be considered, payable direct to the institute.

Graduate women below 25 years will be given stipend if they undergo IAS, IFS (Indian Foreign Service), and to those wish to government job oriented courses will be given first preference.

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